(serves 15 people at once, or can be kept by 1 person for 2 weeks; adapted from Maangchi)
Kimchi (or kimchee) is loaded with vitamins A, B, and C, but its biggest benefit may be in its "healthy bacteria" called lactobacilli, found in fermented foods like kimchi and yogurt. This good bacteria helps with digestion, plus it seems to help stop and even prevent yeast infections, according to a recent study. And more good news: Some studies show fermented cabbage has compounds that may prevent the growth of cancer (health.com).
How do you know it’s fermented or not?
One or 2 days after, open the lid of the Kimchi container. You may see some bubbles with lots of liquids, or maybe sour smells. That means it’s already being fermented.
4/6/2020 02:40:22 am
I am a huge fan of K-dramas and Kpop groups that originated in South Korea. One of the influences I got form it is the fact that I also fell in love with their food. If you don't know kimchi, then you might not be spazzing Kpop groups that much! I want to thank you for teaching us how to make a proper and traditional kimchi. I have been seeing kimchi here, but I know that it's not authentic. I would love to make my own soon!
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